Wild Flowers Of Strathclyde Park


Muscari neglectum
of the Lily family
a perennial
15-30 cm high
blooms March - May
likes grassy places, meadows, hedgebanks
can be seen in the wooded area next to the Visitor Centre

This flower is very rare in Britain, being confined usually to East Anglia. One can only surmise that the flowers in Strathclyde Park have been planted by the Park Ranger